Harriers entertain York City this afternoon looking to give Mark Yates a second consecutive home win.
Harriers will look to build upon last weekend's victory at Telford when Alfreton visit Aggborough tomorrow.
A derby with in-form Telford is the next test for a Harriers side looking to end a run of three defeats.
Boston United are the visitors to Aggborough tomorrow as Harriers look to end their recent run of poor form.
Two defensive mistakes were to prove costly for Harriers playing their first game since the departure of Neil MacFarlane.
Harriers face another long trek north tonight when they travel to promotion rivals Spennymoor Town.
Harriers have announced that Neil MacFarlane has left the club by mutual consent.
Harriers gave another poor performance and were comfortably beaten by lowly Darlington at Blackwell Meadows.
Harriers head to the north-east tomorrow hoping to build on the New Year's Day victory over Hereford.
Harriers played over 50 minutes with ten men and came from behind to secure a battling derby win.
Harriers look to end a three-game winless streak with the visit of Hereford to Aggborough this afternoon.
Harriers fell to a second successive defeat conceding the decisive goal inside the last ten minutes.
Harriers head to Edgeley Park this afternoon looking to bounce back from their Boxing Day disappointment in what will be another tough test.
Lacklustre Harriers were beaten by struggling Hereford in a dour derby at Edgar Street.
There's a local derby for Harriers this afternoon as they head to Edgar Street to face Hereford
A goal deep into stoppage time salvaged a point for Harriers and prevented a fifth defeat in six home games.
After a two-week break Harriers are back in league action this afternoon with the visit of Brackley to Aggborough.
Harriers take a break from league action to start their FA Trophy campaign tomorrow when York come to Aggborough.
Harriers face another big game this afternoon when Chorley visit Aggborough.
Harriers head to Nuneaton this afternoon looking to avoid a third defeat by the league's bottom club in four games.
For the second home game in a row Harriers entertain the league's bottom club.
Harriers' best performance of the season saw them put Leamington to the sword at The New Windmill.
Harriers head to Leamington this evening needing a win to hold on to second place in the league.
Harriers head to Yorkshire tomorrow needing to bounce back from last weekend's defeat by FC United.
Harriers face bottom club FC United of Manchester at Aggborough tomorrow looking to continue their recent good home form.
Two goals in the last ten minutes gave Harriers an unlikely victory at windswept Horsfall Stadium.
Harriers return to league action following last weekend's FA Cup humiliation with a trip to Bradford for a top-of-the-table clash.
Harriers face a tough local derby tomorrow when they continue their quest for FA Cup glory.
Harriers return to league action this afternoon when Altrincham are the visitors to Aggborough.
The road to Wembley begins for Harriers tomorrow as Atherstone Town come to Aggborough for a Second Qualifying Round tie.
Harriers head to the Deva Stadium this evening looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season to ten games.
Harriers face a tough test tomorrow when they head to Bootham Crescent to face York City.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten start to the season to eight games with a solid win over Blyth Spartans at Aggborough.
Blyth Spartans visit Aggborough this afternoon to face a Harriers side looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season.
Harriers stood up to Boston to record their first away win of the season.
Harriers travel to Boston today looking to extend their unbeaten start to the season to seven games.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten start to the season to six games with a deserved victory over Stockport County at Aggborough.
Harriers look to maintain their unbeaten start to the season this afternoon when Stockport County are the visitors to Aggborough.
Two missed penalties saw Harriers slip to their fourth draw of the season at Tameside Stadium.
Harriers look to extend their unbeaten start to the season searching for their first away win of the season at Curzon Ashton tomorrow.
Harriers recorded their first win of the season in some style firing five goals past a Darlington side that were previously unbeaten on the road.
After an unexpected free week Harriers are back in action this afternoon with the visit of Darlington.
Ten-man Harriers got out of jail with a stoppage time equaliser to salvage a point against newly-promoted Ashton.
Harriers go in search of their first win of the season this afternoon when newly-promoted Ashton United are the visitors to Aggborough.
Harriers and Telford shared the points in a goalless derby at Aggoborugh leaving the hosts still without a win in the new campaign.
Competitive football returns to Aggborough this evening with a local derby against AFC Telford United.
As happened so many times last season Harriers were denied all three points thanks to an equaliser with just five minutes left on the clock.
Harriers start their third season in National League North tomorrow with a trip to North Street to take on Alfreton Town.
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